Tweets from Congress below taken from 4PIA Pulse
Sen. Maggie Hassan  | 09:46 am
Rep. Debbie Lesko  | 11:00 am
For too long, students in underserved communities have struggled to finish homework without access to broadband. But amid COVID-19, some are being totally cut off from their virtual classrooms. These students need help now. It’s more critical than ever.
President @realDonaldTrump and his Administration are working hard to ensure our children and their education is a top national priority and to give educators what they need to safely reopen schools. Thanks, President Trump!
Rep. Anthony Brindisi  | 06:27 am
Rep. Kelly Armstrong  | 07:00 am
Our #NY22 Broadband Access Survey proved that our rural communities do not have adequate, affordable internet access. Especially as our kids are distance learning, we must do everything we can to close that gap so our students & communities can succeed.
Technical training is more than a path to a job, its a path to a career. With the construction of this new facility, @realDonaldTrump is keeping his promise to support education & training for the next generation of workers.
Del. Gregorio Sablan  | 09:20 pm
Rep. Tom McClintock  | 04:20 pm
Last week, I chaired the Early Childhood, Elementary & Secondary Education Subcommittee virtual hearing on the obstacles to safely re-open schools. Read more about it and other committee activity on the House Education & Labor Committee’s Week in Review
2/3 Weve seen a big spike in youth suicides not to mention the fact that these kids are losing an entire year out of their education. It is ridiculous, it is obscene, and it is about as unscientific as you can possibly get it is time to get them back into school.
Rep. Juan Vargas  | 05:20 pm
Rep. Debbie Lesko  | 04:20 pm
Trumps weak executive actions: -Fail to help unemployed Americans -Threaten seniors #SocialSecurity and #Medicare -Continue the Presidents #FailureToLead by ignoring education, testing, health care, elections and the Postal service
@ACCSCAccredits has named @UTITweet in Avondale as a School of Excellence for delivering high quality educational programs and student achievement. Its the Commissions highest distinction and is great news for career schools in Arizona!

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